Badger Control, Trapping & Removal Services
We can rid you of Badger problems safely and efficiently
Badgers may look adorable from a distance with their sweet noses and white stripe down their face. These reddish grey creatures help control rodent population in the wild and around your home. Badgers exist mostly in isolation and are typically just awake during the night. However, these creature’s constant burrowing habits can create a nuisance for home owners around the country, especially in parts of the western United States.
If you’ve noticed a badger burrow in your yard, it may be time to call Trutech. Our animal removal specialists are licensed to perform humane badger removals on your property. Badgers can cause destruction to your property that can cost you thousands of dollars if not taken care of quickly. So, it is important to call a technician at Trutech to inquire about our badger control services.
At Trutech, our team of specialists are trained to help you take care of all of your wildlife management needs. Your badger problem will be handled efficiently and properly by one of our dedicated specialists who understand the needs of these creatures and how to solve your critter problem efficiently. And, if you are worried about the well-being of these nocturnal creatures, you can rest easy because everyone Trutech cares about the lives of all animals, big or small. Our environmentally sensitive badger removal services will remove badgers from your property ethically and efficiently. With the help of Trutech, you can protect your property from potential damage caused by badgers for many years to come.
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Growing up to three feet in length, badgers can weigh in excess of 25 pounds. These pests have distinct white stripes that start at their noses and go back over their heads, sometimes trailing all the way to their hindquarters. Other distinguishing features include short, stocky legs, gray to reddish-brown fur, and black patches on their otherwise white faces.
Badgers have a wide-ranging diet that includes various rodents, ground-nesting birds, lizards, and amphibians. They also feed on carrion, insects, and some plants such as corn. Badgers use their powerful legs and long claws to reach prey under the ground.
Commonly found in fields, pastures, and other open grasslands, badgers dig into the ground to build their dens.